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  • Temple plans non-Chinese toilets

    28 Feb 2015 : One of northern Thailand's most famous temples plans to build separate toilets for Thais and other non-Chinese tourists, officials confirmed on Saturday.

  • More turbulence for THAI

    27 Feb 2015 : The financial woes of Thai Airways International (THAI) continued in the fourth quarter, raising its full-year loss to 15.6 billion baht.

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  • aviation

    TAAX to kick off Sapporo route in May

    11 Feb 2015 : Thai AirAsia X (TAAX) is sharpening its focus on Japan with the launch of its third route linking Bangkok with Sapporo.

  • Thai AirAsiaX adds Sapporo route

    10 Feb 2015 : Budget long-haul carrier Thai AirAsiaX will launch a daily direct flight between Bangkok and Sapporo, Japan, ending a monopoly enjoyed by national carrier Thai Airways International for more than two years.

  • 2 Thai carriers to share new terminal

    10 Feb 2015 : Thai Airways International (THAI) and Bangkok Airways may have the planned new passenger terminal at Suvarnabhumi airport all to themselves.

  • aviation

    TVJA investor sells off majority stake

    09 Feb 2015 : The Thai investor who holds the majority stake in the Thai offshoot of Vietnam's fledgling budget carrier VietJet Air is breaking up the partnership.

  • TOURISM & AVIATION

    History-rich Ayutthaya seeks resurgence

    06 Feb 2015 : Ayutthaya missed out on its dream of hosting the 2020 World Expo, but the ancient capital is moving on as it was recently picked by the Tourism and Sports Ministry as a tourism development role model for other provinces in the central basin.

  • Global air freight saw 4.5% rise in 2014

    06 Feb 2015 : Global air freight volumes last year jumped 4.5%, a significant acceleration from the meagre 1.4% rise recorded in 2013 and after a long period of stagnation.

  • Thai Lion still baring its claws

    05 Feb 2015 : The winds of change have blown through Thai Lion Air (TLA), whose rejigged strategy envisages dumping secondary routes and accelerating its core jet operation.

  • Tourism & aviation

    Starwood bullish on Thai tourism

    05 Feb 2015 : Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc, a Connecticut-based hotel management and leisure company, is optimistic that Thailand's tourism industry will fully recover  this year.

  • Yunnan to launch direct flights to Krabi

    04 Feb 2015 : Yunnan Lucky Air will link Kunming with Krabi next Monday to boost the tourism sector in southern Thailand.

  • TAT fast-tracks newlyweds through immigration in Feb

    04 Feb 2015 : Couples getting married and or spending their honeymoons in Thailand this month are getting a special wedding present from the Tourism Authority of Thailand: A speedy trip through airport immigration.

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